Update 13/12/1016: The situation in Aleppo is catastrophic. The city is running out of all services; no hospitals, no doctors, no medical aid. Shops are empty. People are using what they have, what they carried with them to the area they ended up in, but everything is about to run out.
Reports of continued attacks on civilians and infrastructure; tens of thousands of civilians are now confined to just a handful of neighbourhoods in the city’s southeast and thousands including children elderly and women are running for their lives.
Within the last 24 hours it was reported that more than 13.000 civilians fled Aleppo with international aid stocks exhausted and food supplies running low. People are in dire need for food, shelter and medical care, hygiene kits, anything that can help them survive.
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Air strikes, bombardment and siege, that’s what people of Aleppo are living through. Reach out to those fleeing their houses. Elderly, children and women are running for their lives.
Over 30,000 people have fled eastern Aleppo over the past week as Syrian government forces continued to advance in the rebel-held part of the city.
In Aleppo locations were bombed in, shocking number of casualties. Rescue workers trying to reach survivors in the rubble. the operation to recapture all of Syria's second city, has left nothing but civilian casualties, At least 311 civilians, including 42 children, have been killed in east Aleppo since the government began its assault, according to the Observatory.
The city, which was Syria's biggest before the start of the conflict that has killed hundreds of thousands of people, has been divided between the government-held west and rebel-held east, where UN officials say at least 250,000 people remain under siege.
What is happening in Aleppo were deemed as" the biggest massacres of civilian population since World War II," France's UN ambassador Francois Delattre, last Tuesday.
Eastern Aleppo has been under government siege for more than four months, with international aid stocks exhausted and food supplies running low. People are in dire need for food, shelter and medical care, hygiene kits, anything that can help them survive through airstrikes, bombardments and siege.
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